On Pearl Harbor Day, Bayfield remembers losing three of its own

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On Pearl Harbor Day, Bayfield remembers losing three of its own

Ceremonies in Hawaii, Washington honor sailors who died in 1941
Tony Schrier of American Legion Post 143, right, addresses attendees at a Pearl Harbor memorial event Thursday at Pine River Cemetery. Herman Todeschi, left, one of the last World War II veterans in Bayfield, attended the event.
A wreath bearing the images of Ralph Fife, Eugene Berry and Harold Carmack is on display Thursday at the Veterans Memorial in the Pine River Cemetery in Bayfield. The three men died on the USS Arizona in 1941 in Pearl Harbor.
Harold Carmack’s Purple Heart was presented to his family after he died on the USS Arizona. His nephew, Jon Carmack of Durango, brought the medal to Bayfield Pearl Harbor Day ceremony on Thursday.
Herman Todeschi, front left, Bob Pope, left rear, and Tony Schrier are among the veterans who attended a Pearl Harbor Day memorial event Thursday in Bayfield.
Memorial bricks bear the names of veterans from the Bayfield area, including the three men who died on the USS Arizona in 1941 in Pearl Harbor.
President Donald Trump signs a proclamation for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day with survivors of the attack, during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Thursday in Washington.

On Pearl Harbor Day, Bayfield remembers losing three of its own

Tony Schrier of American Legion Post 143, right, addresses attendees at a Pearl Harbor memorial event Thursday at Pine River Cemetery. Herman Todeschi, left, one of the last World War II veterans in Bayfield, attended the event.
A wreath bearing the images of Ralph Fife, Eugene Berry and Harold Carmack is on display Thursday at the Veterans Memorial in the Pine River Cemetery in Bayfield. The three men died on the USS Arizona in 1941 in Pearl Harbor.
Harold Carmack’s Purple Heart was presented to his family after he died on the USS Arizona. His nephew, Jon Carmack of Durango, brought the medal to Bayfield Pearl Harbor Day ceremony on Thursday.
Herman Todeschi, front left, Bob Pope, left rear, and Tony Schrier are among the veterans who attended a Pearl Harbor Day memorial event Thursday in Bayfield.
Memorial bricks bear the names of veterans from the Bayfield area, including the three men who died on the USS Arizona in 1941 in Pearl Harbor.
President Donald Trump signs a proclamation for National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day with survivors of the attack, during an event in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Thursday in Washington.
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